It'll be a busy week for corporate earnings with Netflix and Starbucks serving as highlights, while the government shutdown in Washington, D.C. should remain a major headline grabber.
With its recovery stalled, bitcoin needs a quick break above $12,500 or the tide may turn in favor of the bears.
Bank and industrial earnings will round out the week for investors, as markets also get a check on consumer confidence.
Companies are starting to lay out just how much shareholders will benefit from lower corporate taxes. The answer is: a lot.
Decentralized exchange Radar Relay has partnered with Ledger to allow for hardware wallet-to-wallet direct transfers.
The cryptocurrency market is showing early signs of possible recovery, with Ripple and Stellar performing best among the top 10 currencies.
South Korea will make a decision on Thursday over its stance on cryptocurrency exchange regulation, according to a report by Reuters.
What do you get when you mix regulatory threats, an immature market infrastructure and an influx of new investors? Lots of red on the trading screens.
Dow members American Express and IBM will be the earnings highlights on Thursday as Morgan Stanley rounds out a busy week of bank earnings.
The first bitcoin futures contract listed by Cboe has expired, a move that came amid a turbulent day of trading that saw the cryptocurrency's price drop below $10,000.
Apple is the latest company to announce an increase in investment in the U.S. following last year's new tax bill.
A wild day for markets on Tuesday may have felt like the beginning of the end. But the data shows that even after reversals, stocks tend to go up.
Bank of America and Goldman Sachs will report earnings on Wednesday during a pivotal week for the banking sector.
It's been a day of major losses so far across the cryptocurrency markets, with the top 20 all in the red and a big chunk knocked off the total value.
Ripple's XRP token fell to a 2.5-week low today, and is looking at a more or less sideways movement in the short-term, chart analysis suggests.
The vice governor of China's central bank is reportedly seeking a wider ban on services related to cryptocurrency trading in the country.